This sermon looks at the first of 5 stages we all can experience when tragedy comes our way and provides biblical insight how to help a friend in shock, how to survive our own tragedy and how to improve our shock resistance.
Practical obedience makes a practical difference. This sermon uses Jesus’ parable about the wise and foolish homebuilders to remind everyone that partial obedience is still disobedience…that the right foundation makes all the difference.
Believing that Jesus is God’s Son and our Savior is the natural result of following Him. This sermon looks at Paul’s letter to the Christ-followers in Rome that righteousness (a right standing with God) comes through faith in Christ Jesus—not the law.
Jesus offers a simple invitation to every person—follow Me. This sermon looks at the invitation Jesus offered Matthew the tax collector.
Using the summary of Moses’ life in Hebrews this sermon examines four life-shaping choices he made that helped determine his destiny. Resolutions that can transform any life at the beginning of a new year.